How to Train Your Dragon: Book 1

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How to Train Your Dragon: Book 1 by Cressida Cowell

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By Cressida Cowell

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113 reviews

The hilarious exploits of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third – the smallish Viking with a longish name. Can he become the Hero everyone expects him to be? Read the bestselling series that inspired the hit DreamWorks film How to Train Your Dragon.

Reviews

08 Jul 2020

I enjoy this book with the scratch marks

07 Jul 2020

I liked the dragons because they are funny and have adventures. This book was exciting. I would recommend it to others.

01 Jul 2020

it was amazing I read it in 1 day

26 Jun 2020

it was funny

23 Jun 2020

this book is hard to put down.

15 Jun 2020

I liked this book a lot, so I would recommend it.

12 Jun 2020

The persons are funny they are bit scared quite at everything

11 Jun 2020

Hiccup the main character and Toothless is very funny and I really enjoyed the book.

11 Jun 2020

Fun out of this world illustrasions

10 Jun 2020

I really liked this book, particularly when they talk about the dragons. Toothless was adorable and a little disobedient! My favourite character was Hiccup. He was very brave and he even made a sea dragon sneeze! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes dragons.

09 Jun 2020

Amazing

07 Jun 2020

Epic
I loved this book but I am dragon mad
Hicup & toothless are my favourite characters
Yes would Recommend this book to anyone

06 Jun 2020

It wasn't too good because I didn't understand it. But I liked the dragons.

05 Jun 2020

This book was amazing and full of weird and wonderful things.

04 Jun 2020

Toothless was my favourite Character and I would recommend to people who like dragons and adventure

24 May 2020

i love all of the how to train your dragon books, movies and characters but my all time fave character is toothless the book is about Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is a truly extraordinary Viking hero known throughout Vikingdom as the Dragon Whisperer but it wasn't always so. Travel back to the days when he was just a boy, the quiet and thoughtful son of the Chief of the Hairy Hooligans. Can Hiccup capture a dragon and train it without being torn limb from limb? Join the adventures as the small boy finds a better way to train his dragon and becomes a hero! i recommend this book to anyone who loves dragons and reading about vikings. i recommend for ages 6 and up

18 Apr 2020

I really enjoyed this book and it has really funny drawings it makes you want to read the next book in the series I think lots of people would like this book because it’s for all ages and you can’t put the book down it’s so brilliant I’m glad I read it although it took my friend a time to convince me to read it

14 Mar 2020

I loved reading this book.
I liked Hiccup as he was not brave but tried hard to be help.

It was a funny interesting book

20 Dec 2019

Great book it's about a viking boy who isn't like the other vikings and he has to prove himself with his dragon toothless in the dragon initiation programme my favourite character is toothless i would recommend for ages 8+

13 Dec 2019

I was very happy with this book I really enjoyed it I was over the with it it was such a enjoyable book

21 Oct 2019

Good read very funny

12 Oct 2019

Good

15 Sep 2019

OK book, favourite character 'Toothless'.

29 Aug 2019

I thought that this book was good because
it is exiting

07 Aug 2019

I read this book with my mum. We enjoyed this book immensely and are really looking forward to the next one.

30 Jul 2019

Amazing!

29 Jul 2019

very good and imaginative love it

27 Jul 2019

The book is really good and is about dragons it is little bit scary.Overall pretty good.My favourite character is Hiccup because he is really funny.I would recommend it to both boys and girls because it is about mythical creature and dragons.

08 Jul 2019

It was an exceptional book which I can read over and over again. My favourite character was toothless, she was kind to everyone.

07 May 2019

Brilliant! Short hilarious story with many characters! I adore it!

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